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The Hunt for Yelle's Safari Disco Club

After their bursting out in 2007 with their poppy debut, Pop-Up, Yelle is back and on the prowl at a club near you. The French electro duo comprised of singer Julie Budet and producer Jean-François Perrier, aka GrandMarnier, are returning with a sophomore effort, Safari Disco Club, which recalls dancing on the streets of Sao Paulo during a steamy Carnaval night. 59 more words


Models with Disabilities

People everywhere are calling for more diversity in the mainstream media. We are generally presented with a very narrow view of what people look like and a broader representation of people is important in terms of creating awareness about issues and demographics. 278 more words


Fashion news| Donna Karan quits own brand

After a year of rumours it has finally been confirmed, Donna Karen has stepped down as chief designer of DKI (Donna Karen International). 234 more words

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I Love A Good Photo Op!

A couple of weeks ago my usual lazy Sunday suddenly took a turn when I decided that a great way to commemorate my new website launch… 58 more words

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New Website Launch: RashadWebbStyles.Com

I am very excited to post that after 3 months of tiresome emails, and edits, edits, edits (I have the best and most patient web designer in the world!)… my new… 73 more words


Getting Kimono to New York Fashion Week: A Kickstarter Campaign

Something bit different for you on the blog today!  Fellow Japan fan Emily Wright got in touch about a fantastic new kimono related Kickstarter campaign that she’s promoting, so I suggested a blog takeover as a way of getting the word out there and hopefully getting this project off the ground.   1,094 more words


Givenchy: Returns To Storied Roots, Presenting At New York Fashion Week

Givenchy ceased showing full-scale haute couture runway shows in July 2010, to hold an intimate presentation, and took a haute couture break in 2012. The house said, the creative director, Riccardo Tisci, would continued to produce one-off couture dresses for clients, “special projects” and high-profile red carpet events, while concentrating on its ready-to-wear line. 299 more words

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